In our times, all the preparations for the redemption have been completed. Even the buttons have been polished [i.e., the finishing touches of preparing for the redemption have already been done]! If people would simply open their eyes, they would immediately behold how the entire world is ready. Indeed, they would see how the world itself demands of every Jew that he should rise up to the status of redemption in a complete and overt manner!
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As a boy, R’ Ronen Malul was never the type to play children’s games. He was a very pensive child who always looked for profound meaning in everything he encountered in life. So it was throughout his youth and during his military service. He studied, he worked, he progressed, but he still felt his soul longing for something else. He decided to go to the Chabad House in Dharamsala, India, where he experienced the truth for the very first time. He filled the great spiritual void with the teachings of Chassidus, learning the science of chorology and the healing treatment of Dr. Bach’s flower remedies, which possess tremendous insight for parents and children.
As we get closer to Moshiach, the Geula aspect of Teives is becoming more and more apparent. There are quite a few Moshiach components in Teives that are highlighted in the Sichos of the Rebbe…
In simple terms, the admonition not to engage in protracted discussion of complex Halachic matters was intended to protect them from the kind of mishap that can occur on the road when travelers are distracted.
“The Chassidishe chinuch I received, and the hope and trust in Hashem that I brought with me as a Chassid, helped raise spirits on the front lines.” * A beloved Chassid who fought valiantly against the Egyptians, who, despite his army issued olive green fatigues, stood out as a Chassid and saved the lives of many soldiers. No wonder the commander refused to release him despite the order received from above. * Stories and memories about the Chassid, R’ Meir Freiman a”h, who fought in the Yom Kippur War.
If only there was an Israeli leader who would recognize that we are “a people that will dwell alone,” and realize the tremendous strength of the Jewish People. The Israeli leadership has remained impervious to this strength, and insists, even during moments of great victory, that we toady to the nations of the world.